Travel Blogs from Dakar
... like to discuss how much pressure I'm under to be funny on this thing. And not to toot my own horn, but I do find myself to be comical about 99.9% of the time... I'm also awful at math so my extrapolated statistics may be ever so slightly skewed. So if for some reason you're deciding to read this entire post and miss me that much yet fail to at least chuckle, by the end of it, I give you permission to laugh at my involuntarily, non-existent love life. Hey, I get ...
... another good one from Bob Ferris).
At lunchtime we went along to the Morning Light once again where they were holding an International Beer Festival as well as a good old sing-along with Pat Shannon. This time we were allowed to sing out loud, ha ha. The pub was crowded as most people were below decks once again; in fact the Morning Light is often used as a through-route between the Braemar Room and the Neptune Lounge, so people are ...
... by far the vultures are the birds that I found the most interesting, for something that is a scavenger they are strangely graceful and beautiful creatures.
After our short stint in Gambia, we headed back into Senegal for a few days.
During our time back in Senegal we found ourselves being treated to yet another amazing drumming and dance performance, this time where there were 2 creatures doing crazy dancing to the drums and this ...
... of Rufisque and Pikine where traffic slows down to a crawl. While slow progress affords good people watching opportunities, being subject to Youssou N’Dour's music, the Senegalese superstar, nonstop for several hours (on a bad speaker nonetheless), is a test of patience.
The biggest and arguably the most developed city in Northwest Africa, Dakar is lively with a lot of street activity. Central Dakar has a few impressive colonial ...
... in Dakar, who knew?), laying by the pool, watching Christmas movies, exchanging Christmas gifts, and in my case sleeping three to a bed in search of a cheaper vacation. I am sure you have seen the pictures that I posted on Facebook so I am not going to go into too much detail but I received a hand woven little basket that now houses my jewelry along with a necklace and bracelet made of elephant tusks. Shout out to Marsha who was my ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed